Please sign this petition calling on the government to investigate forced adoption and fostering in the UK. It has been started by the family of murdered toddler, Elsie, whose real name was Shayla.
The draconian blueprint for parental alienation and demothering/defathering is hammered out on the anvil of non-consensual or forcible child removal, based on an undemocratic application of s31 of the Children Act 1989 by local authorities at court.
Blatant statism trumps autonomy by victimising family members.
Thus cycles of multi-generational harm and family/parental alienation are unleashed.
All purportedly in the name of child protection and safeguarding.
Children are unnecessarily deprived of loving parents and natural family life, regardless of gender, due to prioritising a corporate business plan. Instead of objective scrutiny, rubber-stamping false, misleading and inaccurate reporting is, all too often, the norm.
If non-consensual, forced adoption and fostering practices were banned in the UK, the blueprint for obvious miscarriages of justice would also be abolished even in private law.
s83 of CA 1989 has proven wholly inadequate in its remit of research and returns of information over looked after children so needs root and branch reform.
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A petition calling on the government to investigate forced adoption and fostering in the UK has been started by the family of murdered toddler, Elsie, whose real name was Shayla.
Shayla was killed by her adoptive father after the local authority placed her in his care.
The petition has gathered over 4,000 signatures and calls on the government to carry out an independent review of both forced adoption and fostering. The petition calls these practices a form of child abuse, and suggests they are tantamount to child abduction. It also highlights the ‘risk of future/ significant harm’ test under S.31 of the Children Act 1989, which allows social workers to remove children on the basis that harm to a child could take place in the future, often with very little evidence to support the view. The petition also calls out the lack of transparency in the…
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